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Fill the FORM above to join the club, if you are a GTX 760 owner, this thread will be good to share information about Overclocking, BIOS Modding and Performance Tweaking biggrin.gif
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OVERCLOCK SECTION
OC Guide (Click to show)
Do not overuse the Furmark for long periods, this is just a suggestion.
The first you have to do is to download Furmark 1.11.0.
After installing it, run a 400 x 300 window ( i found out that this size and anti-aliasing settings are closest to real max stress gpu have to deal in gaming) with 8MSAA and check what your GPU can boost in stock clocks. Use the GPU-Z to monitor the realtime max boost clocks (in my case, boost 2.0 is 1215-1137=78Mhz (6*13Mhz)).

Now with the help of MSI Afterburner (latest beta suggested) or EVGA precision tools you can overclock the core or the memories.
In order to find your GPU's max OC potentials, set fan speed to its max, and perform 5' (5 minutes) furmark burn-in tests for each step of core or memory overclock you have applied.
E.g.
Set core Voltage to +12mV (max voltage our GPU can get).
Set power limit to 110-115% (so the temp limit will be over 85-90°C).
Set Core clock +13Mhz and memory clock leave it at its stock clocks.
Perform this +13Mhz core clock steps until GPU can not pass a 5' furmark burn-in test. Set core clock back to the last stable +13Mhz step you have applied.
Overclock the memory clock with steps of +50Mhz.
Do this for as long times needed until furmark burn-in test can not be completed.
Set Memory clocks to latest furmark passed clocks.
Now run a unigine valley or heaven benchmark for two times in benchmark mode, repeat the second benchmark loop immediately after first finishes.
IF your GPU can finish these unigine bench tests, congratulations you have found the MAX stable oc of your gpu! If not set core clock frequency one step back (-13Mhz) and try again. Repeat this step until you can pass the benchmark twice without problem.
You may now set fan speed accordingly if you like.

OFC i am not responsible if something goes wrong with your GPU, your PC, your life or anything else biggrin.gif



Aftermarket cooling solutions and tips
Aftermarket air cooling: Read instructions, GPU length and tips here.
Watercooling: @Unicr0nhunter has made a great research on which block fits to the GTX760, you may read it here.



BENCH RESULTS
Clik to see some of our top GTX760 results (Click to show)
For comparison here are my daily clocks which used for these bench results (clocks 100% stable):
CPU i5 3570k is running @ 4.4Ghz
RAMs @ 2400Mhz
In some results, monitor analysis is 1680*1050. Divide scores with 1.175 for 1080p matched performance).
GPU clocks: 1306 - 1800Mhz (except if specified otherwise)


Unigine Valley (Extreme HD preset): Unigine Valley (Click to show)
Clocks: 1411 / 4004 by HOMECINEMA-PC
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Clocks 1333/1827 link by [CyGnus]



1332/1850Mhz:


Unigine Valley SLI O/Ced (Extreme HD preset) Unigine Valley SLI (Click to show)
Clocks 1320/3680 by [CyGnus]


GPU1:1306-1800Mhz (ASIC 77.1%) GPU2:1228-1800Mhz (ASIC 68%):

Unigine Valley Tri -SLI O/Ced (Extreme HD preset)
Unigine Valley Tri -SLI (Click to show)
Posted by HOMECINEMA

3DMark11:
GTX760 single P10732 - 10262 graphics score HOMECINEMA-PC [email protected]@2400 760 Hawk 1385 / 4004 @ 1.3vc by HOMECINEMA-PC

GTX 760 sli by [CyGnus] P17065 - 19531 graphics score score
GTX 760 sli P18051 - 19789 graphics score, [email protected]@2400 Hawk / Giga SLI 1385 / [email protected] [email protected] 1.3v / 1.212v by HOMECINEMA-PC
GTX 760 tri-sli P22418 - 27690 graphics score, [email protected]@2428 Hawk / Giga / Giga 1333 / 1320 / [email protected] 3586 1.212v by HOMECINEMA-PC

3DMark13:
Clocks: 1411 / 3808 -> 7182 (7670 graphics) by HOMECINEMA-PC
1358-3700 -> 6560 (7447 graphics)
HOMECINEMA-PC [email protected]@2428 HAWK SLI 1372/1372/[email protected] 6170

Extreme preset 1358/3700 -> 3349 (3495 graphics score)


Tomb Raider 2013 (ultimate preset, shadows normal): Tomb Raider 2013 (Click to show)
Clocks: 1360/1800

Sleeping Dogs (extreme): Sleeping Dogs (Click to show)

Crysis3 all set to High + 16x AF: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Clocks: 1332 -1800

BF3 high + 16x AF , AA - AO - blur off: Battlefield 3 (Click to show)
Clocks: 1332 -1800



DRIVER DOWNLOAD
Here's the newest link to download the new NVIDIA drivers that support the 760, as well as contain bug fixes for other 700 series users.



GENERAL INFO
General info for the GTX760 (Click to show)
The GTX 760s are available on Newegg and TigerDirect with stock clocked models at $249 USD and OC models around $259-269 USD! If you discover any other online retailers carrying the 760 and PM/reply to thread and I'll add them ASAP!

Here's a screenshot of all the 760s listed on Techpowerup: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

With the GTX 760 now available, I felt like I should go ahead and give the new GPU it's own thread. Feel free to share info on the new GPU and share links (hardware, official releases, pics, benchmarks, whatever you want). I'll be updating this post regularly as I come across benchmarks and official releases myself, but if you catch something that hasn't gotten onto this thread feel free to share and I'll update the thread ASAP! biggrin.gif

Once the cards to ship feel free to start some benching, overclocking, putting them in SLI (anyone else thinking about a little 760 4GB SLI action?), etc., and sharing your experiences so all of us can get an idea of what these new cards are capable of! thumb.gif

Reference GTX 760 Specifications:
GPU Name:GK104 (similar to chip in GTX 680 and GTX 770)
Process Size: 28 nm
Transistors: 3,540 million
Die Size: 294 mm²
Shading Units: 1152 (20% more than ref. GTX 660)
TMUs: 96 (20% more than ref. GTX 660)
ROPs: 32 (33% more than ref. GTX 660)
SMX Count: 6 (20% more than ref. GTX 660)
Pixel Rate: 23.5 GPixel/s (20% more than ref. GTX 660)
Texture Rate: 94.1 GTexel/s (20% more than ref. GTX 660)
Floating-point performance: 2,258 GFLOPS (20% more than ref. GTX 660)
Bus Interface: PCIe 3.0 x16
GPU Clock: 980 MHz
Boost Clock: 1032 MHz
Memory Clock: 1502 MHz (6008 MHz effective)
Memory Size: 2048 MB
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Bus:256 bit (33 more than ref. GTX 660)
Bandwidth: 192 GB/s (33% more than ref. GTX 660)
DirectX: 11.0
OpenGL: 4.3
OpenCL: 1.1
Shader Model: 5.0
Slot Width: Dual-slot
Length: 9.5 inches/241 mm
TDP: 170 W (21.4% more than ref. GTX 660)
Outputs:2x DVI 1x HDMI 1x DisplayPort

It appears that at the hardware level, the GTX 760 is 28% better than the GTX 660, with a TDP increase of 21.4% (from 140W to 170W). The GTX 760 is 16% better than the GTX 660Ti, with a TDP increase of 13.3%.

NOTES FOR CURRENT NVIDIA USERS: If you already own a single GTX 660/660Ti or better (specifically the 660Ti, which has 14.3% more CUDA cores than the 760) it looks like it'll be difficult to justify the upgrade, unless you can sell your previous card to assist you with your purchase. A 16-28% performance increase is something you could likely gain with a decent OC... Just my 2c. Of course if money is no issue, go for it!

I'd say that if you're coming from a GTX 650, 570, 480, or similarly performing NVIDIA products this GPU is worth an upgrade.

NOTES FOR CURRENT AMD USERS: If you already own a single 7950, 7950 Boost, or 7970 GHz Edition, there's not much reason to grab a GTX 760, UNLESS you are looking into adding additional GPUs in the future. Whereas NVIDIA is superior to AMD in this area. Latency, microstuttering, etc. are not issues with SLI.

I'd say if you're coming from an HD 7850 or similarly performing set up, or just want the comfort of knowing that a future multi-GPU set up will actually work, this GPU (or two of them thumb.gif) is worth the investment.


GTX 760 Articles/Webpages:
EVGA GTX 760 Lineup Leaks
Full EVGA GTX 760 Lineup Leaks
Techpowerup GTX 760 Page
Zotac GTX 760 Models Pictured special thanks to svenge for the hat-tip!
ASUS GTX 760 DirectCU II Pictured and Detailed
Gigabyte GTX 760 OC Edition Packaging Pictured, will use Windforce Cooler
Galaxy GTX 760 Pictures Leak
GTX 760 3DMark 11 Scores Leaked
GTX 760 Rumored to be Last 700 Series GPU Release in 2013 (should AMD Give No Contest)
NVIDIA GTX 760 Performance Slides Leak (GTX 760 beats AMD 7950 and 7950 Boost models in every game)
NVIDIA Shows Off GTX 760 Roundup (Official!) special thanks to lagittaja for the hat-tip!
GTX 760 VS. HD 7950 and HD 7950 Boost Edition

GTX 760 VS ALL POPULAR AMD AND NVIDIA GPUs
VARIOUS GAMES BENCHMARKS
Source
ASUS GTX 760s

ASUS GTX 760 DirectCU II 2GB (2x 80mm fans) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Base Clock: 1006 MHz
Boost Clock: 1072 MHz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bus Width: 256-Bit
Length: 8.6 inches
Width: 5 inches
Height: 1.5 inches
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort
EVGA GTX 760s

EVGA GTX 760 2GB (reference cooler) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Base Clock: 980 MHz
Boost Clock: 1033 MHz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: 111.15 mm
Length: 241 mm
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort

EVGA GTX 760 FTW 2GB (reference cooler) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Base Clock: 1085MHz
Boost Clock: 1150 MHz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: 111.15 mm
Length: 241 mm
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort

EVGA GTX 760 4GB (reference cooler) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Base Clock: 980 MHz
Boost Clock: 1033 MHz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: 111.15 mm
Length: 241 mm
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort

EVGA GTX 760 ACX 2GB (2 x 92mm fans) $249 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Base Clock: 980 MHz
Boost Clock: 1033 MHz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: 111.15 mm
Length: 241 mm
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort

EVGA GTX 760 SuperClocked ACX 2GB (2 x 92mm fans) $259 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Base Clock: 1072 MHz
Boost Clock: 1137 MHz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: 111.15 mm
Length: 241 mm
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort

EVGA GTX 760 ACX 4GB (2 x 92mm fans) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Base Clock: 980 MHz
Boost Clock: 1033 MHz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 4096 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: 111.15 mm
Length: 241 mm
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort

EVGA GTX 760 FTW ACX 4GB (2 x 92mm fans) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Base Clock: 1085 MHz
Boost Clock: 1150 MHz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: 111.15 mm
Length: 241 mm
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort

EVGA GTX 760 FTW SuperClocked 2GB (EVGA cooler) $259 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Base Clock: 1072 Mhz
Boost Clock: 1137 Mhz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: 111.15 mm
Length: 241 mm
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort
Galaxy GTX 760s

Galaxy GTX 760 2GB (Galaxy cooler) $269 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Base Clock: 1058 Mhz
Boost Clock: 1110 Mhz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height:
Length:
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort
Gigabyte GTX 760s

Gigabyte GTX 760 Windforce OC Edition 2GB (3x 80mm fans) $259 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Base Clock: 1085 Mhz
Boost Clock: 1150 Mhz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: Unknown
Length: Unknown
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort
MSI GTX 760s

MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr Gaming Edition 2GB (2x 100mm fans) $259 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Base Clock: 1085 MHz
Boost Clock: 1150 MHz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: 126 mm
Length: 260 mm
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort
Zotac GTX 760s

Zotac GTX 760 2GB (reference cooler) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Base Clock: 993MHz
Boost Clock: 1059 Mhz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: 111.15 mm
Length: 241 mm
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort

Zotac GTX 760 AMP! Edition 2GB (2x 80mm fans) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90
Base Clock: 1111 Mhz
Boost Clock: 1176 Mhz
Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152
Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
Memory Spec: 2048 MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256-Bit
Height: Unknown
Length: Unknown
Display Outputs: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort

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hmm does evga have enough models of the 760? smile.gif

When you're the biggest seller of NVIDIA-based cards in the US, you can afford to have a more diversified product line (in terms of model variations).

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As of yet they're the only producer with their complete lineup leaked, haha. Other than EVGAs cards I've seen info on one MSI GE 760 and one ASUS DCII 760.

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Other than EVGAs cards I've seen info on one MSI GE 760 and one ASUS DCII 760.

Videocardz has some info on a couple Zotac GTX 760 cards.

They also have blurbs on Colorful and Xenon branded units, but since they aren't sold in English-speaking territories they're of less importance here.

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Thanks for that info svenge. Added the URL to the article/webpages part of the OP. Will update the OP with images and specs of the ASUS DCII, MSI GE, and Zotac models ASAP.

EDIT 1: Adding images and info for the Zotac GTX 760s right now.

EDIT 2: Zotac info is up. Anyone found any additional info that they would like me to add?

EDIT 3: ASUS info is up. Just put up the MSI Twin Frozr Gaming Edition info up as well.

EDIT 4: Gigabyte info is up.

EDIT 5: Galaxy info is up, shared link to leaked GTX 760 3DMark 11 scores. I think everything is up to date now. thumb.gif

EDIT 6: Added article about GTX 760 possibly being last 700 series GPU release of 2013, should AMD not give any contest.

EDIT 7: Added picture of the Gigabyte 760 to go along with the pic of the box and the info.

EDIT 8: Recalculated hardware improvements of 760 over 660. Forgot to include the new bus width. The 760 hardware improvement percentage over the 660 is 28%, with 21.4% more TDP.

EDIT 9: Calculated hardware improvements of 760 over 660Ti. Improvement percentage of the 760 of the 660Ti is 16%, with a TDP increase of 13.3%.

NOTE: The GTX 760 has 14.3% less CUDA cores than the 660Ti.

EDIT 10: Added a link GTX 760 performance slides leak. The GTX 760 beats the 7950 Boost Edition in every major PC title! Averaging 12.5% more FPS than the 7950, and 9.2% more FPS than the 7950 Boost Edition.

EDIT 11: Added 760 upgrade recommendations for NVIDIA and AMD owners.

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Mess with the best, die like the rest.
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And the launch price is going to be?

We'll see when the formal announcement is made.

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We'll see when the formal announcement is made.

Exactly. I'm not going to make any attempts at guessing pricing to save myself some hassle, should I be wrong. The cards should be coming out today, so we shall find out soon enough my friend! thumb.gif

EDIT 1: Added fan/cooler specs to all 760 models I was given information on. Special thanks to AlphaC for the idea and fan size info!

EDIT 2: Just checked Amazon and Newegg to see if any GTX 760 models are available yet, but no luck. It's almost 5AM where I am (Central Time). Perhaps they'll be up around noon or early afternoon. I remember the GTX 770 showing up on Newegg around noon (Central Time) on release day, I know it was definitely online by 1PM, which is when I ordered mine.

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So basically the 760 is same as 670...(*According to the leaked benchmark. shown above) thinking.gif

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